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Marshall Walker, Campus Cutie

Name: Marshall Walker

Year: Junior

Major: Elementary Education

Hometown: Perth, Australia

Relationship Status: Single


Meet Marshall Walker, an Australian student studying abroad at UNCW this semester. His friends describe him as sweet, hilarious, and adventurous. If you see this friendly kangaroo hopping around on campus, be sure to speak to him. Read on to learn more about the great Marshall Walker and his crazy experiences in America so far!


HC: What is a perfect date like for you?

MW: My perfect date would definitely be going to the beach while it’s hot, having a few beers, and listening to music.


HC: What’s been your favorite thing about America so far?

MW: My favorite thing about America so far would have to be the people; everyone is so nice and happy, especially the DKE boys. They have made my trip be amazing so far. Living close to the beach is also great. There are a lot of beautiful people at UNCW compared to other schools I’ve visited.


HC: Most awkward moment in America?

MW: In Australia the drivers seat in a car is on the opposite side to America. My first week in Wilmington I went to get into a taxi and I accidentally opened the drivers side door. The taxi driver thought I was trying to steal his car.



HC: Words to live by?

MW: “Travel while you’re young and able. Don’t worry about the money, just make it work. Experience is far more valuable than money will ever be.”


HC: Hobbies?

MW: Going to the gym, spending time at the beach, surfing, and hanging out with the boys.


HC: Male Celebrity Crush?

MW: Justin Bieber


HC: If you could marry one person, dead or alive, real or imaginary, who would it be?

MW: I would 100% marry Alexis Ren. She is the definition of perfection.


HC: If you were a Disney Princess, who would you be and why?

MW: Cinderella. When I was younger The Cinderella Story was my favorite movie.


Photos courtesy of Marshall.

Asia Francine Butler, known amongst her friends as "The Last of the Time Lords" is a professional student for the University of North Carolina Wilmington. After receiveing her International Baccalaureate Diploma in December of 2013 and being immersed in the friendly and lively atmosphere of UNCW, she decided to pursue a variety of interests, including, but not limited to writing for both Her Campus UNCW and Cape Fear Living Magazine, acting as an Orientation Leader for the International Students, being a Conversation Partner for the English as a Second Language students at UNCW, being a Peer Mentor for incoming International Students, and being a Historian in the Seahawk Crossing for the Residence Hall Association, being a Brother of the academic National Honors Fraternity, Phi Sigma Pi, and being a member of Sigma Alpha Lambda's honors society. She writes at least four articles a month, two for Her Campus UNCW and two for Cape Fear Living Mgazine, and has positively affected the lives of hundreds of international exchange students and UNCW students. Furthermore, she have positively affected and engaged in the lives of many people in the North Carolina community through volunteering with Habitat for Humanity UNCW, UNC Weekends, Burrito Bikers, and playing intramural soccer. Although she has a passion for writing, she is enrolled as a history major in the University of North Carolina Wilmington in preparation for entering law school in the Fall of 2016. While she enjoys temporarily living at the beach for most of her college career, her heart lies with her two adorable German Shepherds, Mitch and Maple along with the loving Butler parents and her two creative and beautiful younger sisters in Greensboro, North Carolina.
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